REVERSE Aging With This Vitamin Duo
I don’t necessarily mind getting older.
But I do mind FEELING older… and I’m sure you do, too.
Maybe your memory isn’t what it used to be… or you’re tired all the time… or your skin is starting to show its age.
But what if those symptoms have nothing to do with the date on your driver’s license?
It turns out an alarming number of older adults are deficient is two key nutrients that could be to blame for these supposed signs of aging.
And correcting the deficiency could be the easiest thing you could do to feel like your younger self again.
According to a recent study, an alarming number of older adults are deficient in two key nutrients necessary for good health: folate and vitamin B12.
Before you dismiss a vitamin deficiency as being “no big deal,” consider this.
Vitamin B12 and folate (technically vitamin B9) are essential for very important functions in your body.
They serve a function in brain health, nerve functions, immune health, red blood cell production, and DNA production and repair.
It’s not surprising, then, that if you’re deficient in folate or vitamin B12, you might notice that don’t have as much energy, your digestion has gone downhill, you’ve become more irritable, your skin seems pale, or your immune system isn’t doing its job.
Clearly, making sure you’re getting enough of these two nutrients can be the difference between feeling your best—and feeling just plain old.
This study also showed that the older you are, the more likely you are to be deficient.
That’s the bad news.
The good news is that it’s easy to correct these deficiencies.
You can start by adding folate-rich foods to your diet. Some of the best ones include spinach, beef liver, black-eyed pea, and Brussel’s sprouts.
And B12 foods include beef liver, grass-fed beef, eggs, and wild-caught salmon.
Or, for an even simpler solution, consider taking a supplement that contains both B12 and folate. These are inexpensive and available at any vitamin shop or on Amazon.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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